BlackBerry Enterprise Server Performance Enhancements and Tuning Best Practices
Date: Thursday, July 16, 2009
Time: 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 60 minutes (including Q&A)
Hosted by LotusUserGroup.org, presented by BlackBerry
In this technical deep dive session we will discuss key performance improvements within the BlackBerry Enterprise Server and how those improvements will positively impact your BlackBerry solution environment. During the second half of the session, we will discuss how the improvements made can be leveraged to establish best practices for scaling and tuning your BlackBerry Enterprise Server.
Pavel Shkolnikov, Development Manager,
BlackBerry Enterprise Server for IBM Lotus Domino, Research In Motion
About the Presenter:
Pavel Shkolnikov graduated from Hunter College, City University of New York, in 1999. Pavel worked with Lotus Notes and Domino since 1997, first as a co-op with Binary Tree Inc., where he created mail and PIM migration tools to help customer migrate data from legacy platforms to Lotus Notes and Domino. He joined IBM/Lotus as a Software Developer in 2000 and worked on R6 release, creating Active Directory synchronization tools (ADSync et al), Domino License Tracking feature, and other things.
In 2002 Pavel joined Research In Motion, first as a Software Developer on BES Domino Team, and later became a manager of that team. Pavel lead his team through many successful BES releases, starting with BES 4.0. He and members of his team are working hard every day to ensure that BES Domino product integrates exceptionally well with all versions of Notes and Domino, that the product is feature rich, secure, scalable and reliable and that the BlackBerry Solution remains the top mobile solution for Lotus Notes and Domino platform.
The presentation is free to LotusUserGroup.org members, but requires pre-registration.